Protecting Human Subject Data Privacy: An Introduction

Location:



https://jhu.libcal.com/calendar/workshops/de-identify

From:

September 13, 2022
12:00pm – 1:00pm

Please RSVP at: https://hub.jhu.edu/events/2022/09/13/protecting-human-subject-data-privacy-an-introduction/

Event Summary

Protecting research participant and patients' privacy is challenging not just for security, but also when anonymizing data for external collaborators, publications, and research databases.

Join Johns Hopkins Data Services for an overview of common privacy disclosure risks from personal and health identifiers in data. We discuss how to comply with IRB and HIPAA guidance for data security within the research team and introduce techniques for de-identifying data for external collaborators and public databases. You may preview session topics in the online module and guide.

Note: This class is preparation for Part II: De-identification Techniques. This class will be recorded.

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